Dune: Spice Wars Game-Ready Geforce Driver 512.59 Is Here

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28.04.2022, 21:21, Thilo Bayer – Dune: Spice Wars successfully launched in Early Access on Steam. Reason enough for Nvidia to release a new game-ready graphics card driver for their Geforces.

While the hardware requirements are quite acceptable on paper, the launch of Dune: Spice Wars comes with a new Geforce driver that can do a lot more.

Geforce driver 512.59

WHQL 512.59 from 04/26/2022 was released alongside Dune: Spice Wars. This new Game Ready driver is designed to provide the best Day 0 gaming experience for Dune: Spice Wars – it’s unclear what the improvements will look like. In addition, the Geforce 512.59 driver also provides Ray tracing in Chernobylite, DLSS in JX3 Online and is considered playable for Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodhunt. Three new monitors now support G-Sync: Asus ROG XG259CM (VRR: 48-240Hz), Galaxy VI-01 (48-165Hz) and Samsung G95NA (60-240Hz). In addition, the Geforce Experience has been expanded for optimal settings for Death Stranding: Director’s Cut, Elex II, Ghostwire: Tokyo, GRID Legends, LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, Martha Is Dead, The Planet Crafter, and Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands.

Dune: Spice Wars Steam Early Access Launch Trailer

If you look at competitors from AMD, then the latter offers Radeon Driver Adrenaline 22.4.2 also improvements for Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodhunt, but not for Dune: Spice Wars. We remind you that the latest Dune game has relatively low requirements. The initial system requirements for early access show that Dune: Spice Wars does not take up much space. You’ll need 4GB or 8GB of storage, and at least a Core i5, GTX 1050, and 4GB of RAM. Game is more fun with Ryzen 7 3GHz or faster, GTX 1080 and 16GB RAM. There is no information about Radeon graphics cards yet.

The game has been well received by previous buyers and technical issues are rare, with 83 percent approving the game, so it’s “very positive”. A few critics believe that the new Dune is not like the old one and that it lacks RTS elements. But these were points that the developers had already explained in advance. Most previous buyers seem to like this concept. Even some die-hard fans of the original RTS games consider Spice Wars “a great evolution of the classic RTS Dune. The combination of RTS and politics/governance, like in the Civ series, is a nice addition.” By the way, can you Dune: Spice Wars can also be purchased with a PCGH subscription from 72 euros..

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